Popsugar Challenge 2018

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PopSugar Reading Challenge 2018

PopSugar gives 40+10 Reading Categories to challenge the bookworm each year. I’ve not tried any year before, but will give it a shot this time. I don’t know if I will complete the challenge, because the categories this year are a bit tricky, but I will definitely attempt to do it! You can check the categories on their website, and see if you want to try too. It’s too big to make a list for, but I think I’ll be able to combine books across reading challenges, so that’s good. I know I will be able to read a book from at least a few of the categories mentioned.

Books I’ve read for the challenge:

January (Count: 06)

  • 15. Book about feminism:
    We Should All Be Feminists, by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.
  • 17. Book that was given to me as a gift:
    Crooked House, by Agatha Christie.
  • 18. Book written by two authors:
    The Locked Room, by Maj Sjöwall & Per Wahlöö.
  • 19. Book involving a sport:
    Drop Shot, by Harlan Coben.
  • 21. Book with my favorite color in the title:
    Green Eggs and Ham, by Dr Seuss.
  • 37. Book I wanted to read in 2017 but couldn’t:
    One Part Woman, by Perumal Murugan.

February (Count: 06)

  • 09. Book about a villain/antihero:
    Strangers on a Train, by Patricia Highsmith.
  • 10. Book about death:
    The End of Your Life Book Club, by Will Schwalbe.
  • 28. Song Lyrics in the Title:
    Nothing Lasts Forever, by Sidney Sheldon. (Song by Maroon5)
  • 30. Book with characters who are twins:
    Lord of the Flies, by William Golding
  • 34. Book Published in 2018:
    Carthick’s Unfairy Tales, by TF Carthick
  • 40. Favorite prompt from earlier PopSugar Challenge:
    (A book published in 2017)
    Raindrops Chasing Raindrops, by Paresh Tiwari

March (Count: 02)

  • 01. Book made into a movie I’ve already seen:
    Angels and Demons, by Dan Brown.
  • 26. Book having an animal name in the title:
    Following Fish, by Samanth Subramanian.

June (Count: 01)

  • 03. Next book in a series I’ve already started:
    The Vengeance of Indra, by Shatrujeet Nath.